Data and hyper-connectivity are huge facets of Watch Dogs, Ubisoft's upcoming game starring a hacker named Aiden Pearce. Fittingly, it's just launched a website called WeareData, which effectively looks at all of the publicly-available data for given locations. Creepy.
Until now, we'd only heard about how the multiplayer would work in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. With this leaked trailer, we can see just how other outside players will affect the game.
Ubisoft's doing fine with franchises like Assassin's Creed and the highly-anticipated Watch Dogs, but what's the deal with upcoming Prince of Persia, Far Cry and Beyond Good & Evil?
After signing deals for Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell, Ubisoft has three more games it hopes to adapt into film franchises, including one Uwe Boll already ruined.
Though most efforts to transfer video games into feature-length films have been a bust, it's no surprise that Ubisoft is looking to bring their most popular titles to the big screen. The company already has 'Assassin's Creed,' 'Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon,' and 'Splinter Cell' in the works, but they're now working on 'Far Cry,' 'Rabbids' and 'Watch Dogs' as well.
Another gameplay trailer for Watch Dogs has been posted, giving us a look at Aiden's vehicular skills and an expanded look at how he'll hack into different tools in order to achieve his mission.
A new trailer for the upcoming stealth adventure game from Ubisoft, Watch Dogs, has been released ahead of the company's E3 2013 press conference. Watch as Aiden does his thing and takes down some ne'er-do-wells in an underground trafficking ring.
Ubisoft may not have had a presence at the Xbox One reveal event, but that doesn't mean the publisher doesn't have plans for the new Microsoft console. In fact, Ubisoft has six different games on track for release during the Xbox One's first year.